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Move Devlopements from One system to another - Not in the same landscape

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Currently we are doing prototype for our client.

we are doing few devlopment in a dummry BW server as of now and we have to import them onto client server by the end of next month.

we have developed ODS / CUBES and all other stuff required.

Can we import them as it is .

How we can do that.what is the process

Regards

Sundaresan

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    Posted on Oct 24, 2006 at 02:21 PM

    Hi Sundaresan,

    As Ram already explained, use the transport connection to generate your XML files. Via RSA1 - Transport connection -XML - Export - Infoproviders by infoareas, select your cube. First put the grouping on "In dataflow before", drag and drop your object into the right hand screen and press the export button.

    I would suggest to keep the number of objects per file as small as possible to avoid errors, e.g. 1 cube per file.

    Try one complete scenario first, before engaging into more collections.

    Good luck!!

    Please assign points for helpfull answers.

    regards,

    Olav

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  • Posted on Oct 23, 2006 at 06:29 PM

    Hi:

    You have to transport them if those two systems are linked in STMS (ask Basis if in doubt).

    Second option is that BASIS can transport Released requests at database level, but it is little more complicated bacuse your collction has to be excellent without transpor terrors in this case.

    I never tried the XML for lots of objects like ODS, CUBE, I-Objects etc, may take time but it may work too.

    Ram C.

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  • Posted on Oct 23, 2006 at 09:20 PM

    Hi:

    THe tools required are in the Transport Connection Tab.

    XML

    Export.

    Here, just like transports, select the Grouping.

    And Collect the Objects.

    Its mostly self-explanatory.

    Try a sample if you like.

    Also, I recommend you to open another post with title like "XML Export/Import".

    I am sure some people have done this in a large scale and the title will help them identify.

    Ram C.

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    Posted on Oct 24, 2006 at 08:33 AM

    Hi Sundaresan,

    We have succesfully used XLM export/import in order to copy BI objects between systems.

    Do not hesitate to ask more questions,

    regards,

    Olav

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      Hi Olav

      we are going to move all the developments like Cubes , ODS Quries and corresponding Update rules Info sources etc in a dummy system.

      Now we are going to move all the developments to a new system which will be available next month.

      The system is not in the same landscape.

      can you please explain me how we are going to export the CUBE / ODS and other objects to another system using XML

      Is there any standard procedure to do so.

      Please help me.

      Regards

      Sundaresan

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